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and interesting and complicated illusion. possibly his favor palm of william wordsworth. so you think about john mearsheimer in the large la -- would want to stress is very talk about not only his relationship to white activists who were involved in the founding the n.a.a.c.p., but also talked about the intellectual horizon not only on american intellectual horizon. but also the wide range of readings and very importantly, profoundly neglected, his engagement in late 19th century german debate. >> host: not knowing what you do, would he be surprised that ended thousand a black president was elected? >> guest: that is interesting. probably as much as anyone. i was surprised. i think a lot of people were surprised when a bomb was elected. i think that's part of the reason why cannot left the united states. so given that pessimism i think if you ask du bois, you know, would we have an african-american president. even before 1964, civil-rights activists, the housing. he had not seen them and of jim crow. for him to imagine the possibility to move for him to imagine the possibility of an african amer
be the end. bad name for big names at wimbledon championships. the william sisters good-bye. caroline wozniacki lost. all these defeats in the fourth round. serena williams out of there in straight sets and we showed you, prince william and kate middleton -- have you backed off your attack -- [ talking at the same time ] the way you -- >> they are more likable than charles. >> i am with you. >> agreed. >> okay. how about the -- venus williams lost two. venus williams and serena williams is out. you are a younger person. the late, great, princess diana. kate middleton and princess diana? >> i can't remember much of diana. >> you are so young. i like diana. >> maybe
with a cast on his leg. this could be the end. bad name for big names at wimbledon championships. the william sisters good-bye. caroline wozniacki lost. all these defeats in the fourth round. serena williams out of there in straight sets and we showed you, prince william and kate middleton -- have you backed off your attack -- [ talking at the same time ] the way you -- >> they are more likable than charles. >> i am with you. >> agreed. >> okay. how about the -- venus williams lost two. venus williams and serena williams is out. you are a younger person. the late, great, princess diana. kate middleton and princess diana? >> i can't remember much of diana. >> you are so young. i like diana. >> maybe we got to go take a nap. kate middleton will be big. if you've tried to lose weight, you know it's hard to find a diet you can stick to. try jenny craig, and enjoy options that fit your lifestyle. choose to get motivating support at your local centre- and pick up the delicious food while you're there. or, have the food delivered... and get the same support on the phone. it's about choice: stephanie
were deemed too big to fail. a conversation with longtime basketball executive pat williams on the labour situation in the nba that could lead to a lockout has week's end. the collective bargaining agreement is set to expire. he is out with a new look gang of about john wooden. sheila bair and pat williams coming up right now. >> a he is james and he needed extra help with his reading. >> i am james. >> to everyone making a difference, you help us all lived better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. with every question and answer, nationwide works with tavis to have an economic empowerment one step at a time. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by kcet public television] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> sheila bair is the chairman of the fdic that has served under presidents bush and obama during one of the most tumultuous times in american history. she steps down after winning bipartisan praise about her handling of the banking crisis. delighted to have you on
of political psychology. he received his b.a. from williams college and his ph.d. in political science from harvard and attended the london school of economics. he is currently the woodrow wilson professor of government emeritus at williams college. james macgregor burns scholarship leadership and character have inspired devotion loyalty and friendship among the generations of historians and political scientist whom he has taught. one of those is michael beschloss who we are honored to have here with us today. a student of professor burns at williams college mr. beschloss attended the harvard business school. he holds five honorary darkness and lectures both in the united states and abroad. he has served as a senior associate member of saint anthony college at oxford, visiting fellow at the harvard russian research center and a senior fellow at the annenberg foundation. he is a trustee of mir at school the white house historical foundation and the national archives foundation. he has written nine books on american presidents the most recent of which residential courage, brave leaders and ho
's begin with tim williams in the first warning weather center. >>> good afternoon, jessica and everyone. it's a good afternoon shaping up. this is a gorgeous day. it's cooler than yesterday and yesterday was cooler than the days earlier in the week. we'll show you what it looked like around the region. what you're seeing there, that's the boating forecast. a lot of folks are out there taking advantage of that. it's 61 in oakland and 76 in ocean city and temperatures are around the 70-degree mark. the average high is now around 79 degrees. that's what we'll top out today. we've finally hit the temperatures at or below the average high as opposed to the temperatures that sored way, away above. let's talk about the fun forecast. we were talking about how this plays into the weekend. >> reporter: yeah, let's talk about fun. it's friday, after all. for boaters, by the way, small craft advisory was dropped at noon. great conditions on the waterways. blue jay -- blue jays are in town. the forecast is clear and wonderful. opening pitch about 78-degree. we have news for you. we have great weathe
, prince william and catherine with the first public appearance as a royal couple. -- prince william and kathryn made their first public appearance as a royal couple. >>> the to come, -- still to come children born with a rare genetic condition that forces them to be friendly. >> a rare genetic condition influx one in thousands of newborns called williams syndrome. chris cuomo visited these children. >> i have a question to ask you. do you like girls? >> i do like girls. >> the kids love to ask questions, but not as much as these kids. >> my favorite color is blue. i have met barney the dinosaur. >> chris joins us live from new york with a preview of tonight's's "20/20." tell us about this williams syndrome. >> it is a discreet. part of this is about science. it is like 25 genes out of 25,000, and they end up making big differences in these kids' lives, some of them are said. there is this odd thing. these kids -- kids are sweet and they are better than the rest of us. but these kids set a new standard. with this of chromosome illness that they have that is kind of related to down s
not stick around for long. meteorologist tim williams in the weather center. good afternoon, guys. >> as you can see with marty, he's under the sun. we're looking for a day improving from very, very strong storms that rolled through. i'll back this up and hit the button. you can she what moved across around midnight started to see thunderstorms, almost two inches of rain. you can see another cell across northern baltimore county. it gives you an idea how the difference from one neighborhood to another can impact you. how will this impact us for the rest of the afternoon and into the father's day weekend? we'll send it out to marty. >> this is very pretty out here larks lot of blue skies, starting to see puffy clouds up to the north and a lot of sunshine. let's take a look at a graphic. the atmosphere is unstable. we have this warm humid air mass f there's going to be severe weather we're in one of two locations. having said that, we're not in any severe risk box from the storm prediction center here's our watches, warnings and advisories graphic. this would be a coastal flood issue and not a
artist to attend. and a royal appointment. william and kate embark on their first official overseas visit as duke and duchess. >> two french journalists will back home, and they are celebrating their freedom. stephane taponier and herve ghesquiere returned to france amid considerable jubilation after they were released on wednesday. will the pair, along with three afghan associated, were kidnapped back in december 2009 while working on a story about reconstruction on a road east of kabul. they've been embedded with french troops in afghanistan, but decided to take off to report on their own and were captured. they spoke about their experience after landing in a military airport near paris. >> but since the send day of captive evident, exercising even inside a 10-square-meter room is essential. we have no daylight. or windows were blocked with curtains, so we couldn't see anything. there is a massive paranoia by the taliban, because they were worried they would be attacked and then they would lose faith in the village. and also will police where they were, and they would go after them. but
of units going to formerly homeless communities as well. sherri williams and many of the community-based organizations will continue to not only provide affordable housing but actually support the community as well. we are looking at a mixed income neighborhood in treasure island. treasure island will have an impact on the city. i want to think ross mirkarimi and david chiu for introducing some changes to the development agreements, which will help to mitigate some of these impacts. of course, the mayor's office, for being a really good partner on this project, working with our office. thank you. [applause] >> thank you, jane. it does take a lot of teamwork. i think we are resurging that team work in city hall. i know the work of david chiu has been instrumental in doing that. i want to get david appeared to say a few words and also to signal, and we do not get -- often get an 11-0 vote. i can remember one other -- [laughter] david, you have been working so hard. come up and say a few words. [applause] >> it takes a village to build a village. i want to thank the village behind and
. they will figure that out. >> prince william and brother harry get play in the british tabloids but they also focus on a different set of siblings today. the williams sisters did not enjoy it royal treatment at wimbledon. before court cannot believe should put that one into the net. bartoli in the far corner, with sirena trying to hang in there. the defending champion, match points. serena williams, the defending champ exits in straight sets. i've time venus williams -- 5 time winner venus williams, a big backhand out of the second. she hits that long. you can see the look of frustration on her face. backhand forwith a the winter. a long ride home for the siblings in great britain. >> tom is up next with a look at the forecast. [ female announcer ] keurig brews more than just hot coffee. now you can brew over ice for delicious iced coffee or tea. hot or cold, keurig is the way to brew everyone's favorite cup in under a minute. choose. brew. enjoy. keurig. >> a few showers and storms coming in tomorrow afternoon, about 60% chance of that. almost 90 tomorrow, then lower humidity and a good deal of su
up shortly, meteorologist tim williams will have those numbers. we'll throw it back inside. >>> still to come, tempers escalate in greece amid calls for major spending cuts there. the latest details on a financial crisis that's affecting the economy worldwide. >>> a cool but cloudy start to our day. meteorologist tim williams updates the forecast as we speefnlgt we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> fmtion worries in greece -- financial problems in greece worry investors. angry demonstrators took to the streets to protest. although highly unpopular, greek official bs said they will default on their loans. >>> wall street is up this afternoon. investors encouraged by better than expected reports on home building and jobs. >>> minutes after the canucks lost the stanley cup title, hockey fans vented their frustration. they started fires, smashed windows and clashed with police for hours. really, guys? >> it was pretty weird. still ahead, as you look outside, your complete first warning forecast now two and a half minutes away. >>> first, here's a look at last night's winning,,,,,,,
. great names coming out of wimbledon today. prince william and the duchess of cambridge took in a match. all eyes turn to the royals and one of the williams sisters won the match. -- and one of the williams sisters was distracted from winning the match. coming up next, tom tasselmyer with what looks like a quality seven-day forecast. >> a proposal will make it more expensive to cross maryland bridges. residents are making their voices heard. we will be live with the latest at 11:00 p.m. and the u.s. supreme court said justices say they cannot ban access to kids for violent video games. games. honey, why aren't you playing with your friends? i am playing with my friends. hey, mrs. d... joseph? sarah! it's mommy's turn now. let's go. [ male announcer ] the average home has over four internet-connected devices. we were gonna storm the castle. i love your hair. [ sarah ] thanks i went to your guy. it's perfect. i thought we were storming the castle. [ male announcer ] that's why you need the internet rated #1 for supporting multiple users and devices simultaneously. verizon fios. a network
better out back today and tim williams in the weather center with more on tornadoes in massachusetts. >> definitely a rare site in massachusetts. they have them, just not with the frequency of other states. we'll look at the radar and show you, it was a very, very strong cell that moved through the region. it hit with a lot of intensity. it hit hard and moved out of here. this is going to show you how the tornadoes form. you have the warm, moist air. yesterday, keep in mind, we were all in this region approaching the record temperatures. you add the warm, moist air and it starts to lift. it hits the winds and it creates a spin. with all of the fuel, that's what was happening. this is an area that has around 152 tornadoes reported in the past 61 years. the average is about two to three per year. the state has only had three tornadoes that registered ef 4 in intensity. with that said, this is the first time that massachusetts has seen a tornado of this type since july of 2008. july 28th of 2008. they ranked 50th in the states of frequencies. it's a rare occurrence. we'll keep you poste
the same last name and one man said he is entitled to some of the late william donald schaefer's estate. he is owed $28,000 for services rendered and items to give to the governor during the last three years of his life, he said. we spoke with michael schaefer. >> according to attorneys for the estate, they say the claims like this on wheels are more common than one might think. michael schaefer who openly admits he tried to bribe the governor's coattails says there were the best of friends and said this claim has more to do with the continent than anything else. >> people say we look alike and my answer to that is maybe but we're both opinionated and ordering. >> and he remembers the good times with his pal of no relation to him. we will refer to him as governor schaefer. he said he began a relationship -- friendship with the governor. >> we would go up to pete's grill. he would never go there otherwise and he enjoyed sitting at the store. >> schaefer who tried to use the name in an attempt at office, said he offered the governor lunch. >> he asked for twice as more face time and i respond
will explain. >> see why every broadcaster's celebrates white venus williams accomplished today. -- why every broadcaster celebrates what venus williams accomplish today. >> the baltimore aquarium will soon have a new ceo. he will assume his responsibilities on july 18, overseeing both baltimore and washington d.c. aquariums. yeah spent over 20 years in leadership positions at u.s. -- he has spent over 20 years in leadership positions at u.s. aquariums. many of the nation's mayors want congress to redirect war funds to their cities. they say the money can help combat high unemployment and build new infrastructure. i sally kidd explains, is a message they send to the president. >> the mayors say they need more money and congress needs to redirect its priorities. the nation's mayors say too many of their cities are struggling with high employment. almost one-third have double- digit unemployment rates and some say they will not recover from the recession until 2020 or beyond. >> so many of them just do not get it. >> the u.s. conference of mayors said that nearly half of cities with unemploymen
para debilitar el poder de las minorias en prince william... "estan mirando a una comunidad al norte de manassas donde hay la comunidad mas grande de latinos en el condado de prince william y estan diviendoles en tres distritos" organizaciones como la nueva mayoria de virginia continua su lucha contra la redistribucion de los distritos electorales aprobada por la junta de supervisores.. exigen que la redistribucion refleje la creciente poblacion inmigrante... "estamos exigiendo que ellos no dividan la comunidad y que pasen mapas que les da a la comunidad latino y todas las comunidades de color representacion justa, igual en todos los distritos" la redistribucion estaria destinada para que los distritos electorales esten poblados igualmente, basados en los recientes datos del censo... segun informes, de los 402- mil habitantes en prince william, 82--mil son hispanos...30-mil asiaticos y 78-mil afroamericanos... "juntos o separados, si no votamos la diferencia no va a existir"
on monday. >>> another appearance for the the duke and duchess of cambridge. prince william and kate middleton attended ceremonies marking the armed forces day. she helped found out medals to the irish guard your serving in afghanistan. steve rudin is joining us with the weather forecast. >> our weather is pretty exciting. a little bit better out there. slightly cooler temperatures. a fairly nice sunday and then for heat and humidity. looking outside, are skies are clear. downtown d.c. down pennsylvania avenue, no showers. good news there. looking outside, high temperatures that reagan national airport were one degree below average. the record is 100 setback in 1997. these dew point levels. in the lower 70's. is why it was so sticky. 58 degrees in wintergreen. it is comfortable. texas to downtown d.c., 73 degrees. fredericksburg. 75 in quantico. upper 50's. to the south, the 80's.es in a nice day and night across the mid-atlantic. changes are on the way. another 24 hours and we will feel the difference. high pressure is going to give a good deal of sunshine tomorrow morning. afternoo
a series with the mariners downtown. what a day for circassian at wimbledon. serena williams chokes up and breaks down but she is back. that's coming up. >>> we continue with the story of a dispute over words about the future of pepco. >> there were given the bleak outlook on improving service after a number of recent prolonged outages. but we're getting a different story from a man who reportedly spoke those words. >> an article today stopped this woman in her tracks. >> that had to be a misquote, but if it is not, i feel sorry for customers. >> it is a quote from the ceos saying the company is not shooting for average performance. but it was not the customers who were most stunned by the comment. >> if that had been what i communicated i suggest the meeting would still be going on. >> he says that's not at all what he said during his meeting. he made remarks about how far the company has to go but never insinuated lackluster performance was an option. >> i do not recall any point where i said we're shooting to be below average. where we are today, we will go through averag
. prince william and catherine are on their way to north america today. it is their first overseas visit as newlyweds. there will be watched everywhere they go. >> just two months after saying "i do" in front of millions, the duke and duchess of cambridge will arrive in north america. they will land in ottawa today ahead of stocks and other canadian cities before adjusting to hollywood next weekend. >> i think that is interesting. william and kate had chosen their first american visit to be in hollywood. this is the first royal couple in this age of celebrity which is so overbearing and exciting at the same time. >> while in tinseltown, there will host a black-tie dinner to introduce up-and-coming british film stars. they talk of the town is which designers stressed kate will wear . >> it will be interesting to see what she chooses when she comes to california. there are reports as she is working with victoria beckham, which is a perfect mix of hollywood and keeping british labels happy. >> they will meet with military families while packing care packages out for afghanistan. it is a myt
sprinkles trying to generate in bel air. sarah william sent in a beautiful picture of a twilight rainbow. we will show you later on. pink rainbow in the sky over harford county yesterday evening. rain this morning. it's south of and alleys. southern maryland gist its especially -- gets it especially off the lower eastern shore. you are getting the hint of the mugginess. 73 in ocean city and we are at 72 in baltimore. and dropping back into the 60s under clear skies. and away from the influence of that southeast wind so far. but that will change. once we get the threat of morning showers to our south out of the picture, we shift the winds and bring the clouds back in. we will aim for 86 but there's slight chance of a thundershower and we hold onto humidity and a chance for storms one more day. now back to the road with tonya. >> reporter: if your commute from laurel 59 northbound before 198, we have an accident on the left shoulder. we are doing okay for the most part. let's look at the beltway. top side 695 at providence. no problems to report. traffic building in both direction outer loop o
back and -- well, i didn't hear what you said -- tim williams is in the weather center. >>> well, we'll check back in with marty in a second. we'll get a break from the triple digit heat. the weather is always about adjustment. we're down from this time yesterday. we're now at 85 degrees. if you recall, yesterday, we were in the low to mid-90s. 90 is the hot spot at pat tux sent river. -- at the river. we're ten degrees cooler in elkton and 13 in cumberland. the rain came through here yesterday. the rain brought in thunderstorms and lightning and hail. we're seeing the skies clearing now. we won't see the temperatures jumping up like the last few days. what does this mean for the weekend? we'll send it to marty. >> reporter: good afternoon, everyone. i was saying, it's a lot more comfortable out here now than yesterday. you can tell, there's not the edge to the atmosphere. however, having said that, we'll be about 10 degrees above normal today. we'll look at graphics. we have a frontal boundary that kicked off the line of showers and thunderstorms last night. it's kind of like a wave
graduation rate. anne arundel county came in sixth. prince william 17th and prince georges county 20th. >> for the first time this year, maryland's two state casinos saw a drop in the amount of money they brought in. the casino and the hollywood casino took in a combined $13 $13.29 million in may. they are focused on the long- term results. of course we are focused on today, but not just today, the next couple of days because of what is on the way. >> we have a heat wave coming this way. the dew point there tonight really not too bad. but it's really tomorrow and into thursday where we will feel the heat and humidity. so get those ready, we'll hang out. our heat alert is in effect. we have heat advisory in effect from wednesday tomorrow at noon until 8:00 p.m. this is the areas you see in orange. look out to the areas in northeast. that's the excessive heat warning in effect. so you know, we don't have it as bad as they do. heat index values expected at 100, 105 for tomorrow. avoid being outside during those hours. heat advisory, it means we are seeing heat index values from 100 to 105
, plays ellis' position, the number one draft pick. kyrie irving goes to cleveland. the william sisters keep on winning. that's good for american tennis. at wimbledon. you know how serena williams was so emotional the other day. she won today. moving into the third round at the big "w." she is really -- has come back from a lot of problems. two foot surgeries and a blood clot so it's serena williams and venus williams.
of rain in prince william county. we will zoom in and show you what's happening. most of the rain is out of here, but southern portions of maryland around southern st. mary's county, you are seeing the rain and a few showers around the d.c. and metro area. into portions of prince george's county. they are light right now, but the cold front will bring changes over the next couple of days we have the first tropical storm of the season. it is now formed i will show you where it is and where it's going. >> a trash can of drugs is missing after thieves grabbed all they could. they did it times and the past two break-ins happened on consecutive nights. >> helpless. i can't do much. it's a sad feeling >> bruce said it's painful to watch the surveillance video of people stealing narcotics and valuable medications from his pharmacy. >> he had a hard time opening it. >> he takes a swing at it. >> the thieves are wearing gloves and masks and broke into the cabinet where pain killers like vicodin are stored. police said the camera is the second time the store was ripped off in just over a month. th
over 160 weeks on the best-seller list. >> this is the home where jim williams them main character of "midnight in the garden of good and evil" lived in 1980 also the central event of the book the murder of danny hansard. c-span local content vehicle staff stop there to talk with dorothy kingery sister of jim williams and owner of a home how her brother was represented in the book and the impact of "midnight in the garden of good and evil" on her family and the city of savannah. >> "midnight in the garden of good and evil" is a book whose main character, my brother so it is a book story i am familiar with. >>host: why was it written about him? >> i think because gm was such an amazing person if you met him you would never forget him. he was the electric. when he entered a room, you knew he was there. he was good-looking, a bright, well read, and very essentials. he enjoyed people. i have many stories that i could tell of people who are adults and say when i was a child my dad did some work and he played the pipe organ for me in the ballroom when he found out i liked music so genera
here. >> reporter: william king is talking about the grass fire that came chris -- this close to his home. firefighters put the fire out but not before it damaged an outbuilding. >> all three of these fires are suspicious in nature. they're long a walking path with easy access. so we're concerned about fires starting, one, this early in the season, and, two, we do have somebody starting fires,. >> reporter: william king is concerned for his two young children. for -- they have lived here eight years. >> this is three years in a row this has happened, and this time, it's like three day friday a row. >> reporter: today's fire came up to his pool. >> i went out there with the hose and i went out there with a bucket, to dip the water in the pool and put as much out as we can until the fire department came. >> reporter: the blackened and charred grass spots in the park are where the four fires have been set, much too close to the more than dozen homes that surround the park. for keith, these fires are getting common. >> seems lick it happens every year for some reason. >> reporter: king s
, a birthday party fit for a prince. northd comaylans for prie william. p >>> not quite the summer vacation that they expected. the second named storm of the hurricane season pounded mexico's pacific coast today. look at the pictures here. an area filled with resort. hurricane beatrice tossed cars into the ocean and forced tourists to take cover. this is south of puerto vallarta and north of acapulco. no injuries thankfully. the storm has since weakened into a tropical storm. >>> the first lady is on her biggest trip so far. she's in africa, and the trip is off to an historic start. michelle obama held a meeting with former south african president and political icon nelson mandela today on the first full day of her trip. kristen welker with the story from johannesburg. >> reporter: this visit certainly an iconnick one. first lady michelle obama, nelson mandela, they met earlier. her daughters, mall a and sasha, were there, as well as mandela's wife. it lasted 20 minutes, but it it was a momentous moment. as you know, there are a lot of parallels between the two nations. michelle obama is th
saying the law violates minors' rights. pete williams has more. >> reporter: the court said banning the sale of violent video games to children violates the constitutions guarantee of free expression. by a vote of รง7-2 it strun dowa 2005 law signed by then governor schwarzenegger that made it a crime to sell video games depicting violence to anyone under 18. they say their graphic nature justified keeping them away from young children. >> in the past we've protected them from alcohol and cigarette ads and pornography and we felt that this was on that level. >> reporter: they said the games showed explicit violence, often with women or police. judge scalia says courts have no -- besides, scalia said, children's books are full of gory violence. in "grim's fairy tale," they bake their captor in an oven. scalia said states have also tried unsuccessfully to limit access by minors to violent mirrors or even action hero comic books. today's video games may be disgusting but he said, quote, disgust is not a valid basis for restricting it. scalia said studies show bugs bunny cartoons produ
is entitled to some of the late william donald schaefer's estate. michael schaefer says he is owed the money. >> people say we look alike and my answer is maybe but we're both opinionated and ordering. >> he remembers the good times with his pal of no relation. the lake william donald schaefer. for the sake of not getting confused, we will refer to him as governor schaefer. he claims he began a beautiful friendship in the 1980's and everything was great until his last week. >> we went out to 100 different restaurants. he enjoyed sitting at the store. >> he made phil the thames and told 11 news after the governor ended his career that he told the governor he would take him out to lunch every year. -- every week. >> i almost all of my chair. there are some people who do not want face time with me. he was asking for twice as much and i responded by taking him out three times a week. >> those mills of the basis of a claim that -- meals are the basis of a claim that michael schaefer is making. from a claim michael schaefer feels he is entitled to $1,000 a month for food, beverages, the local cost
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serena williams, her opponent 9th seed marion bartoli of france. serena entered with a 17-match winning streak and a 2-0 career mark against bartoli but it didn't matter today. bartoli hit the second 8-6 in a tiebreaker. five time champ venus williams facing her bulgarian opponent. for the second straight year she upsets venus by the identical score of last year, so i-2, 6-3, the first time the williams -- 6-2, 6-3, the first time the williams sister have been ousted in the same game. >>> 29-year-old fish advanced to the second week of wimbledon for the first time. today fish in the far court reached his first wimbledon quarterfinal and the third of his grand slam career. defending champ rafael nadal taking on the 2009 u.s. open champ juan martin del potro. nidal able to overcome and will face fish in the quarterfinals 5-0 against the americans. and the top seed on the women's side caroline wozniak a loser today in three sets. i'm dave feldman. shawn yancy is back with more of the edge right after this. have a great night. r r lt
. it was -- this is from william wiley's retrospective, when he got up onstage to sing a song, 270 people put on the cat. >> it is not just a bookstore. it is a store. can you talk us through some of your favorites? >> these are made in china, but they are made out of cattails. >> these pieces of here, you have a whale head and various animals and their health over there, and they are jewelry. >> we do fund raisers for nonprofits, so we are doing a project for the magic theater, so there are some pretty funny cartoons. they are probably not for prime time. >> you sort of have a kind of holistic relationship where you might do merchandise in the store that promotes their work and practice, and also, prince for them. maybe we should go back and look at the print operation now. >> let's go. >> before we go into the print shop, i noticed some incredible items you have talked back here. what are we standing in front of? >> this is william wiley, only one earth. this is a print edition. there are only eight total, and what we wanted to do was expand the idea of printmaking. this is really an art object. there
the works written by william shakespeare, including "the 12th night," "king lear," and "both othello." we all call william shakespeare and one of the greatest geniuses in our world and his achievements have transcended his own era, but belong to the whole century, and have transcended the boundary of the u.k. and belong to the whole world. i watched a brief performance of hamlet'. it made me wonder whether the foreign friends -- also cherished as keen interest in china's history as i do for shakespeare. if they do, i believe they will be able to fully appreciate the long history of china in the past 5000 years, the twists and turns. >> you are watching a live broadcast of a press conference being given by prime minister david cameron of the u.k. and premier wen jiabao of china. you are watching "bbc world news." >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> union bank has put its global financial strength to work for a wide range of companies
hoped for, so what the rationale here? justice correspondent pete williams is at the court for us tonight. >> reporter: the court said banning the sale of violent video games to children violates the constitution's guarantee of free expression. by a vote of 7-2, it struck down a 2005 california law signed by then-governor arnold schwarzenegger that made it a crime to sell or rent video games depicting violence to anyone under 18. advocates of ban called them all try violents. saying their graphic nature justified keeping them away from young children. >> in the past we have protected them from alcohol and cigarette ads and pornography and we felt that this was on that level. >> reporter: they said the game showed explicit violence, often with women or police as victims. but the court's majority opinion written by justices antonin and scalia said states from no free throw-treating plour to prestrict the ideas to which children can be exposeded. besides, scalia said, children's books are full of gory violence, hansel and gretel baked their captor in the oven. scalia said states have
, so what the rationale for us here? pete williams is at the court tonight. >> reporter: the court said banning the sale of violent video games to children violates the freedom of expression. it struck down a 2005 california law signed by arnold schwarzenegger that made it a crime to sell or rent video games to anyone under 18. they're graphic nature justified keeping them away from young children. >> in the past we have protected them from alcohol and cigarette ads and pornography and we felt that this was on that level. >> reporter: they said the game showed explicit violence, often with police or women. but justicing antonin and scalia said that cou said -- children's books are full of gory violence. hansel and gretel baked their capture in the oven. scalia said states have also tried unsuccessfully to limit access to violent move movies or comic books. he said that today's ruling may be disgusting, but disgust is not a reason to sensor. buggs bunny cartoons, the multibillion dollar -- >> today's ruling by the court is a clear at the same time that video games are entitled to the sam
on 9. >> reporter: viewers of this newscast no norman williams from the work he's done to stop kids from killing each other after his own son was murdered in march of last year, but when it's your son whose dead, preaching non-violence is just damn hard. >> four kids were killed and five wounded in a march 30th driveby on south capitol street last year. jordan howe, was one who died, a tough but gentle boxer seen here at age 10. >> after every match, he would reach over the ring and poke his lips out and kiss me. >> jordan's dad, norman williams has haunted city hall pushing for programs to end the violence, and he preaches that. >> we've got to love our sisters and brothers. if someone done you wrong walk away. >> you think that's easy? >> it is very hard to not allow my pain for me to do something stupid. i'm going to be honest with you. it's hard. >> you mean hurt the kids who hurt jordan? >> and i can't. because i'm hurting so bad and i know, i hear a lot of people in situations, similar to mine and they say forgive. i believe in an eye for an eye, gary, i'm sorry. i'm going to
williams is at the court tonight. >> reporter: the court said banning the sale of violent video games to children violates freedom of expression. it struck down a 2005 california law signed by arnold schwarzenegger that made it a crime to sell or rent video games depicting violence to anyone under 18. proponents of the ban said their graphic nature justified keeping them away from young children. >> in the past we have protected them from alcohol and cigarette ads and pornography and we felt that this was on that level. >> reporter: they said the game showed explicit violence, often with women or police as victims. but the court's majority opinion written by justices antonin and scalia, saying states have no free floating power to restrict the material to which children can be exposed. but scalia said children's books are full of gory violence. hansel and gretel baked their capture in the oven. scalia said states have also tried unsuccessfully to limit access by minors to violent movies or even to action hero comic books. he said that today's ruling may be disgusting, but disgust is n
the story of alleged misuse of 30,000 bucks by a&c chairman william sheltman. they want the dc city council to hold a hearing about the alleged use of the money. >>> do you let your pet sleep with you? allowing your pet to curl up with you at night could cause you to get illnesses. some say the findings are overblown. >> reporter: chrissy's nightly ritual includk ing up with her four dogs. a university of california survey shows 56% of dog owners in the united states let their dogs sleep next to them. and researchers point out that could lead to health problems in people. >> and there are diseases that can be transmitted. >> reporter: lesli is one of the authors of the study. researchers track people who have close contact with their pets, either sleeping with them or allowing the animal to lick them. in rare instances, some caught illnesses like the plague, rabies, bacteria resistant infections, meningitis, cat scratch fever and more common diseases like the fungus ring worm and intestinal parasites. >> you always think it's never going to happen to me. but when it happens to you, it can b
williams there, focusing on defending her wimbledon title. starting this morning. for awhile, though, didn't look as she could get that chance. >> yeah, she has had some huge health issues over the past year, including a problem with blood clots that could have been fatal. coming up she talks about her comeback, how her fans motivated her to get back on the court. she only played two competitive matches since winning wimbledon last year. so exactly what can we expect from serena as wimbledon begins out at the all-england club? we'll talk about it in just a couple of minutes. this is "the early show" here on cbs. >> this portion of "the early cbs. >> this portion of "the early show" sponsored by windows 7. the same as a new computer. ers vo: so to show her what she's missing, we built a pc store in her house. erika: (gasp) employee: come on in. make yourself at home! erika: this is my home! employee: let's take a look! erika: (lifting laptop) it's really light. honey, help me shop! employee: you can get up to seven hours on this battery. jesse: the color really pops out. employee: everythi
and a lot of unusual things happening. c-span: jim williams one of the principal characters is dead. when did he die? >> guest: he died in january 1990. c-span: how? >> guest: the first -- the papers -- what happened is he came down, he was at home to be keen to get the paper and make himself to your coffee and collapse behind his desk and died. what everyone thought at first is a heart attack. but the irony is that if he died in the very spot where he would have fallen if danny hansard the man who killed, had actually fired a gun at him, has claimed, and hit him he would have fallen right where he eventually died nine years later. c-span: where were you when you heard of this? >> guest: i happened to be in the atlanta airport on my way to miami at two atlanta through atlanta to savannah. and i'd gone to miami for i don't know, for it. and i got the word that he died. i was on my way back to savannah any way and went back. so he died. in fact that's the end of the book there you go. there's some suspense right there. but before -- what happens before is suspenseful. c-span: how close were
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